Nortek

The continued expansion of Nortek’s ErP ready range

  • 22 May 2018

Warm Air, Radiant and Heating Products are now affected by European Regulations and Nortek are prepared for this.

Warm air heaters are subject to Lot 21 of the directive and radiant heaters Lot 20, with minimum efficiencies for warm air heaters now at 72% and radiant heaters at 74%.

Vitally, these minimum criteria apply for both new installations and when replacing existing products and, as a result, customers can be assured the heating equipment they purchase is highly energy efficient and emissions of harmful environmental pollutants are constrained.

Nortek’s ErP compliant range includes, PREEVA EC (heating and ventilation unit), which provides combined heating and ventilation with optional cooling.

The units come with a wide range of heat outputs and cooling capacities and are available as non-condensing heaters with thermal efficiencies above 91% or fully condensing heaters with thermal efficiencies of 102% (ncv).

The design sees high thermal efficiency meet quality components and ease of maintenance for enhanced life expectancy and lowered life cycle costs.

The PREEVA EC range incorporates an EC plug fan, which provides a wide range of air duties and external static pressures. The addition of the optional mixing box enables air filtration.

Contact:

Nortek Global HVAC UK,
Fens Pool Avenue,
Brierely Hill,
West Midlands,
United Kingdom,
DY5 1QA

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